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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research: Jun 23, 2005

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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research
FY'05 May 9 — June 12*
City, State or Country Name
Organization Name
Principal Investigator
Award
Title
ARIZONA
Tempe
Molecular Imaging Corporation Allison,
David P
$220,500
Labeless Analysis of Microarrays by Force Microscopy
CONNECTICUT
New Haven
Yale University School of Medicine White,
Kevin P
$1,135,422
Tiling Path Microarray Re-amplifable Resource Drosophila
New Haven Yale University Snyder, Michael P
$397,301
Training in Genomics and Proteomics Technologies
FLORIDA
Gainesville
University of Florida Johnson,
Julie A
$122,455
Beta-receptors and cardiovascular pharmacogenomics
FRANCE
Lyon
World Health Organization International Agency Research on Cancer Hashibe,
Mia
$108,000
Pooled Analyses of SNPs and Risk of Head & Neck Cancer
INDIANA
Bloomington
Indiana Univeristy Clemmer,
David E
$230,272
New proteome technologies: mapping adult D. melanogaster
KANSAS
Kansas City
University of Kansas School of Medicine Wan, Yujui Yvonne
$353,400
Alcohol Pharmacogenetics
in Mexican Americans
MARYLAND
Baltimore
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Shih, Ieming
$352,086
Development of Digital SNP Analysis in Cancer Detection
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Silverman, Lewis B
$180,463
Pharmacogenetics of Asparaginase-Induced Pancreatitis
Boston Massachusetts General Hopital Settleman, Jeffrey E
$552,711
Gefitinib-sensitive EGF receptor mutants in lung cancer
Cambridge Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gabriel, Stacey
$2,648,197
An NCRR Center for High Throughput SNP Genotyping and Analysis
Cambridge Massachusetts Institute of Technology Plenge, Robert M
$110,430
Mapping HIV/AIDS genes with haplotype-based strategies
MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Lubman, David M
$299,395
Protein Microarrays for the Humoral Response in Cancer
NEBRASKA
Omaha
University of Nebraska Medical Center Norgren, Robert B
$453,784
Construction of a targeted rhesus macaque microarray
NEW YORK
Cold Spring Harbor
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Lucito, Robert D
$143,473
Application of Genomic Microarrays to Breast Cancer
New York Columbia
University
Bussemaker, Harmen J
$350,199
Inferring regulatory circuitry from microarray data
PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Eberwine, James H
$79,250
Proteomics of Morphine Responses of the Basal Ganglia
RHODE ISLAND
Bristol
Genespectrum Oliver, John S
$382,278
Enhanced DNA microarray performance with patterned probe
TENNESSEE
Memphis
St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital Evans, William E
$584,686
Pharmacogenomics of childhood leukemia (ALL)
TEXAS
College Station
Texas A&M University System Mallick,
Bani K
$287,363
Bayesian Models for Gene Expression with Microarray Data
Dallas University Southwestern Medical Center Cooper, Donald C
$157,680
DNA Microarray Analysis of Neuronal Excitability
UTAH
Salt Lake City
University of Utah Esplin, Michael S
$179,910
Proteomics: A Novel Approach to Predicting Preeclampsia
WASHINGTON
Richland
Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories Zangar, Richard C
$406,349
Proteomic Identification of NAF Biomarkers
Seattle University of Washington School of Medicine Yu,
Changen
$102,060
APOE Gene-Based Haplotype Study in Alzeheimer's Disease
Seattle Institute for Systems Biology Watts,
Julian D
$392,165
A proteomic approach for early diagnosis of diabetes
WISCONSIN
Milwaukee
Medical College of Wisconsin Hessner, Martin J
$375,000
High Density Microarrays with Quantitative QC/QA
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health

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